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We are currently open with full services, but are now Appointment only.

If you are coming for a service for your pet:

  • We will take the pet at the back door
  • We will let you know the estimated cost of the procedure(s) , get your confirmation to proceed and get your payment over the phone or we will bring a payment machine to you outside of the clinic.
  • When we are finished with the service, you will come to the back door to pick up your pet.

Welcome to Church-Yonge Animal Clinic
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647-348-3060!

Church Yonge Animal Clinic provides excellent veterinarian services and pet care for all companion animals. Our friendly Pet Hospital provides excellent care for: Dogs, Cats & exotic pets like: birds, rabbits, ferrets, rats, guinea pigs, turtles and more.

We pledge to go the extra mile so that you understand how we will treat your pet and what the cost will be for you. Providing affordable care for your pet is our goal. We offer medical consultations, medical & surgical care, heart-worm & flea control, microchip pet identification, X-ray, vaccinations, dentistry, spay and neuter, lab work. We also offer grooming and boarding services.

When we treat your pet, you can always be assured that our passion for animals and attention to details results in your pet being treated with the ultimate love and care. Our friendly and comfortable clinic ensures that your time with us is relaxing and enjoyable.

We are always open to new clients. Call now for an appointment with our veterinarian Dr. Ramzy and his staff!

We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention. If you want to ask a question call 647-348-3060 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our North York veterinarian office is very easy to get to, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for North York pet owners. In between your veterinary visits, your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.

At Church-Yonge Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Karam Ramzy
North York Veterinarian | Church-Yonge Animal Clinic | 647-348-3060

19 Church Avenue
North York, ON M2N 4E7


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